SBI Ripple Asia will conduct a block-trip bank transfer test between Japan and South Korea


nnnIn the wake of the runaway, SBI, a Japanese financial services firm, and SBI Ripple Asia, co-founded by Rebate, will test the transfer system based on distributed books technology between Japan and South Korea at the end of the year. The company has a wide range of banking institutions in Japan, and now hopes to expand the project to South Korea, and will work with block chain and artificial intelligence solutions provider DAYLI Intelligence. In addition, the company also with the Nomura Research Institute and other Japanese institutions to carry out relevant technical training.n
nnTranslation: Annie_Xun
nAccording to reports, SBI Ripple Asia will begin testing the transfer system based on Distributed Book Technology (DLT) between Japan and South Korea at the end of 2017.n
nAt the beginning of the year, the Japanese Tokyo-based financial services company SBI and DLT paid the start-up company Ripple (Ripple) co-founded the company has led the bank alliance in Japan to complete the pilot project based on the Swiss wave technology. Local media reports, SBI Ripple Asia will work with blockline and artificial intelligence solutions provider DAYLI Intelligence to expand the project to South Korea.n
nSBI Ripple Asia was established in early 2016 with the aim of simplifying the use of Ripple products and services in the Asian market.n
nThe joint venture is also planning a project to train blocks of 20 countries and block the currency technology, will begin in October. The report includes companies involved in the project, including the Nomura Research Institute, Japan’s Toppan Printing and Japanese IT company NEC.n

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